Dedicated to kindness, generosity, compassion and empathy
30Jan / 2013
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Tags: Buddhism, Buddhist, Wisdom, Zen
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Thank you Jonathan!!! 🙂
DUNNOW’S PRINCIPLE OF UNCERTAINTY
Don’t assume you can trust every moment you meet
Or you will die of disappointment
Don’t assume you can’t trust any moment
Or you will die without love
Just learn to meet each moment as if it were new
Because it is
Ben this is great! Thank you so much!
You are so right. The more I know how much I don’t know the lighter I become. It’s okay to not know.
Brenda – I so much agree with that! However I find it surprisingly difficult – at least it is for me. I think it stems from being a (reformed) control freak. A lot of my fear and anxiety comes from uncertainty about the future. So I am definitely trying to develop a “not-knowing” mind. Blessings, Meg
It is very liberating, not having to know …
That is so true!
Beautiful image and quote.
Thank you so much :-). This was a bee in my backyard one day. Blessings to you, Meg
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